American women war veterans visit Israel for spiritual healing

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
October 20, 2017 04:56

"Every day is a battle both physically and mentally. Jerusalem has given me a sense of purpose." says Iraq War vet.




Rocio Villanueva, 31, of Escondido, California (second from the right), joins hands with other US wo

Rocio Villanueva, 31, of Escondido, California (second from the right), joins hands with other US women veterans prior to being baptized in the Jordan River. (photo credit:COURTESY HEROES TO HEROES)

US MARINES veteran Donna Perdue, 51, recalls how she held the Ethiopian child in her arms, rocking him gently and singing him lullabies, his eyes locked silently o nto hers as life slipped away from his limp body. Moments earlier, he had been shot through the head and his brains were seeping outside of his skull.

An armed Somalian militia group had destroyed the entire Ethiopian village to which, not long before, the US Marines had provided assistance – building a school, a medical clinic and even shipping over an old yellow bus so the children could get to school more easily.

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